Julia Bradley-Cook

Julia Bradley-Cook, who received her PhD at Dartmouth in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology last year, has published research showing the effects of climate change on arctic soils. Bradley-Cook and her co-author Chelsea Petrenko were NSF IGERT Fellows at Dartmouth.

John Walsh ’70 is one the world’s most prominent Arctic scientists, and his journey to the top of the globe started 4,500 miles away as an undergraduate at Dartmouth.

Jeff Kerby

Jeff has been awaded a Post-doctoral Fellowship with the Neukom Institute for Computational Science at Dartmouth. His research focuses on the indirect effects of climate change across levels of ecological resolution, primarily in the Arctic and critically understudied Afro-alpine systems.

Alden Adolph

Graudate students from Thayer School of Engineering accompanied fifteen high school students to Greenland for the Joint Science Education Project (JSEP).

jase students

Dartmouth faculty member and Science Outreach Coordinator for the Institute of Arctic Studies, Lauren Culler, is leading a school expedition to Antarctica funded by the National Science Foundation. Learn more about Joint Antarctic School Expedition.

Female Mosquitoes

Postdoctoral Fellow Lauren Culler has published research showing warming temperatures are causing Arctic mosquitoes to grow faster and emerge earlier.

The John Sloan Dickey Center